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Old 06-21-2009, 03:54 AM   #1
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Hey,

I have a new alfa body that i never used, and i was wondering how it would compare to today's mazdas ( 6 and speed )

It is known to give a pretty "agressive" front end if I remember well...

Should it be used on a tight short technical track or rather on a open , flowing fast layout ?
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Old 06-21-2009, 12:35 PM   #3
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I've got a few Alfa 2.0s. I ran one up until a week or so ago. I'd say it drove more like the Mazda 6 than the Speed 6.
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I've got a few Alfa 2.0s. I ran one up until a week or so ago. I'd say it drove more like the Mazda 6 than the Speed 6.
thanks for the answer !!

Is it really close to a mazda 6 ? i recently switched from a stratus 3 ( sooo 20th century !!) to a mazda 6 and I loove it .

The body is not drilled yet, so, more precisely, what I wanted to know is : would it be more appropriate on my TC or on my RC10L3 ?
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i ran a stratus indoors yesterday at our tiny indoor track

prefered it to the mazda speed6 for carpet , more feel on the whole car

but the track is very tight and technical
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